Golden Alert Issued For Lexington Man

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Updated: 1/08/2013 6:02 pm
Lexington Police have issued a Golden Alert for a Kenneth Wilcox Jr., 56, of Lexington.

According to police, the search for Wilcox began around noon Tuesday after he was reported missing by a family member. He was last seen walking around 10 a.m. at in the area of his home on McCullough Drive. Wilcox suffers from a diminished mental capacity.

Police report Wilcox was last seen wearing tennis shoes (with orange accent colors), black pants, and a blue jean jacket.

Anyone with information about Mr. Wilcox's whereabouts is asked to call 911 or contact the Lexington Division of Police non emergency line at 859-258-3600.
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